Tom Brady addressed playing status before Jets lost Aaron Rodgers

Tom Brady, retired NFL quarterback, subtly addressed his playing status on his "Let's Go!" SiriusXM show and podcast.

He seems uninterested in making a dramatic NFL comeback, including with the New York Jets or any other team.

Brady advised athletes to give their all in their careers, expressing contentment with his decision to retire.

Unlike his brief 2022 return, Brady retired for good in February and is preparing for a future role as Fox's lead NFL analyst in 2024.

Brady considers himself a lifelong member of the New England Patriots family.

Brady may become a minority partner with the Las Vegas Raiders and could consider playing for them in October.

Concerns exist about a league owner playing for another team, especially in the same division as the Patriots.

Brady cherishes his time with the Patriots despite his last three seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The Jets may need to explore other options for a primary backup to Zach Wilson.

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